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Organic photodiodes can be much larger than their silicon counterparts. On the left is a silicon photodiode compared to two large-area organic photodiodes. (Credit: Canek Fuentes-Hernandez, Georgia Tech)

Large-area Flexible Organic Photodiodes Can Compete With Silicon Devices

Flexible large-area organic photodiodes can now compete in performance with conventional silicon photodiode technology.

Students gathered around the Einstein statue on Georgia Tech’s campus in Atlanta. (Photo: Allison Carter)

Georgia Tech Enrollment Continues to Rise Despite Pandemic

Georgia Tech’s Fall 2020 enrollment increased to nearly 40,000 students.

Leaves on the ground in November

Begin Planning for Thanksgiving Holiday

Though students are allowed to return to campus after Thanksgiving, those who travel home for the holiday are encouraged to stay there until the spring semester, which begins Jan. 14, 2021.

Let’s Get Ethical: Spotlight on Ethics Begins Next Week

Though ethics is a year-round priority, Ethics Awareness Week puts a spotlight on how to make ethical decisions, where to find related resources, and Georgia Tech’s Office of Ethics and Compliance.

Georgia Tech ECE Compute In-Memory Research Team 

Georgia Tech ECE Compute In-Memory Research Team Wins Best Paper Award

ECE Ph.D. students Brian Crafton, Samuel Spetalnick, and Gauthaman Murali and their faculty advisors won the Best Paper Award at this year's IFIP/IEEE International Conference on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI SoC 2020).

Hector Duran

Duran Chosen as Georgia Tech Clark Scholar

Hector Duran, a first-year student in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), has been chosen as a Georgia Tech Clark Scholar. 

Georgia Tech ECE Interposer Research Team Wins Best Paper Award

Jinwoo Kim and a team of researchers from the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) won a best paper award at the 38th IEEE International Conference on Computer Design. 

George Tzintzarov

Tzintzarov Chosen for IEEE NPSS Phelps Award

ECE Ph.D. student George N. Tzintzarov has been awarded the 2020 IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society (NPSS) Paul Phelps Continuing Education Grant.

Inclusive Leaders Academy "Culture Champions" gather at the 2019 program closing

Nominations for 2021 Inclusive Leaders Academy Program Now Open

Institute Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is now seeking nominations for the fifth cohort of the Inclusive Leaders Academy.

A student holds onto a pumpkin in preparation for the annual School of Physics Pumpkin Drop in 2018

Get Spooky Safely this Halloween

There are plenty of ways to celebrate while following public health guidelines.

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